By Kimberly Morin
On Friday a Rockingham County Court Judge ruled in favor of Mike Gill and Aaron Day on a portion of the defamation lawsuit brought against them by businessmen Dick Anagnost, Andrew Crews and William Greiner. The suit was brought back in April due to signs placed on a Manchester billboard that accuse the men of either being drug dealers or extortionists.
Part of the lawsuit was to get an injunction against Gill and Day that would stop them from either posting the signs or speaking about the case or any of the men involved. Greiner’s lawsuit against Day is actually based on a Facebook comment. That’s right, a Facebook comment. Greiner has one of the biggest mouths in Bedford and regularly says nasty things about people he doesn’t like yet he is suing Day over a Facebook comment that Greiner will have to prove isn’t true.
This case will probably take years to actually get through but on Friday, the judge in the case ruled against the “gag order.” This means that neither Gill nor Day have to keep their mouths shut about the case or the men involved. And yes, Gill can continue with his signs if he so desires.
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